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    Neurology fellowship positions

    The Department of Neurology has one-year fellowships commencing in February each year.

    There are three clinical fellowships established with generous philanthropic funding

    • The Uncle Bob's Fellowship in General Neurology
    • The Rats of Tobruk Epilepsy Fellowship
    • The Royal Children’s Hospital Neuromuscular Fellowship

    In 2022, from these fellowships we created three one-year RACP-accredited core Advanced Training positions, with rotations in acute neurology, outpatient and neuromuscular neurology, and epilepsy.. We plan to continue this arrangement in 2023 (see below).

    A fourth combined clinical/research RCH/MCRI Neuroscience fellowship is available on an ad hoc basis, subject to funding availability and the applicant's clinical and research experience. 

    Fellowship positions for 2023

    We are excited to welcome applicants with an interest in paediatric neurology to apply for one of three clinical neurology fellowship positions. The successful applicant will join a busy paediatric neurology department at the Royal Children's Hospital, as part of a one-year rotating fellowship providing excellent clinical exposure, experience and training in the major aspects of paediatric neurology: acute care, outpatient care (including exposure to sub-specialty clinics), neuromuscular disorders, and care for children with epilepsy. The positions are suitable for a paediatric neurology trainee at any stage of their training, or a general or developmental paediatrician interested in expanding their clinical expertise.

    Follow this link to the position description and how to apply online

    https://careers.rch.org.au/job/50-Flemington-Rd-RCH-Clinical-Neurology-Fellowships-2023/777282910/?utm_campaign=seek&utm_source=seek&applySourceOverride=Seek

    Applications close 24 June 2022


    Please note that the successful applicant must undergo a police check and a valid working with children’s check. In addition, all International Medical Graduate (IMG) applicants will need to refer to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) website to ensure that they have passed the necessary English language test https://www.ahpra.gov.au/Registration/Registration-Standards/English-language-skills.aspx

    For more information about IMG requirements, please contact the Medical Workforce Unit (mwu.enquiries@rch.org.au)

    For more information about the fellowship positions, please contact Dr Eppie Yiu (eppie.yiu@rch.org.au).


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